Friday, 22 January 2016
Thursday, 21 January 2016
I thought it said TRUE LOVE (you can tell that from my sketch). But it doesn't. Truelove was a ship. The heads represent two young Inuit who were brought to Hull on the Truelove and died of measles. They don't belong there, really, do they?
Read the story here.
Monday, 18 January 2016
Once we arrived in Hull, we gravitated to the docks, where we found the Spurn Lightship in the Humber Dock...
|Still from the station, a view of the infamous Bridgewater Place, which generates high winds at street level through some unhappy combination of its shape and position. Its presence has caused serveral serious injuries and one death.|
|Station staff await the opportunity to assist travellers with the ticket gates.|
|Leeds Victoria Quarter|
Two sketches of the entrance to the County Arcade from the main Victoria Quater arcade.
There was a Yamaha piano sitting in the middle of the main Victoria Quarter arcade. Every now and then, someone would sit down and play.
Thursday, 14 January 2016
|Jan 12 - Pen|
|Jan 13 - Shops|
|Jan 14 - Me|
Monday, 11 January 2016
Friday, 8 January 2016
|Self portrait, watercolour|
|Part of Cover 2 Cover sketchbook exchange project|
Cartridge pen (as depicted)
|A proper out-n-about sketch, of the village church from a convenient hill. |
Fountain pen (not the same one)
Monday, 4 January 2016
(The pink splodgy bits are where my pen malfunctioned, but I liked the effect, so I kept them in.)
Sunday, 3 January 2016
|03 January, upon which day I discoverd the fragility of graphite sticks.|
The 8B broke in twain in my pocket. Now I have two rather small ones.
I intend to sketch 2016. Every day. I may not post every day... I'm already behind, because I forgot to post these...
|01 January. Drawing in the New Year... (A5)|
Bryan Adams was on television after the London fireworks.
|02 January. Traffic (A6)|
I wasn't driving. We weren't going anywhere fast at this point, though.